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    • 1.

      Myths About Breastfeeding

      by Sharon Bell - 2008-04-17
      Breastfeeding is not only good for infants. Mothers will benefit from this practice as well. But before we go to that, let's take a look at some of the myths about breast¬feeding that persist to this...
    • 2.

      Other Benifits of Breastfeeding

      by Sharon Bell - 2008-04-17
      Breastfed babies are less likely to suffer from eczema or allergic reactions to mother's milk than those taking cow's milk or formulas.Breast milk is also a rich source of fat, particularly unsaturate...
    • 3.

      Breast is Best

      by Sharon Bell - 2008-04-17
      Should you breastfeed or bottle feed your baby? The American Academy of Pediatrics' Committee on Nutrition said both are acceptable during the infant's first year.This fact was echoed by Dr. Susan Bak...
    • 4.

      Breastfeeding Helps Women Loss Weight

      by Sharon Bell - 2008-04-18
      Did you know that breastfeeding enhances the contraction of the uterus and helps it return to its normal prepregnancy state more rapidly? This is another benefit mothers will enjoy from this healthy h...
    • 5.

      Cancer Risk Factors

      by Sharon Bell - 2008-05-22
      With the knowledge we have about oncogenes, it is possible to tell exactly who will get cancer? That question is difficult to answer, especially since many factors are involved in the development of t...
    • 6.

      Oncogenes: The Key To Cancer

      by Sharon Bell - 2008-05-22
      Most cancer cells invade and destroy surrounding tissue by building up into a mass of cells. This mass is called either a growth, tumor or neoplasm (new growth). Not all tumors, however, are cancerous...
    • 7.

      Cancer's Curse

      by Sharon Bell - 2008-05-22
      This year thousands of people will die of cancer. Are you one of them?The possibility of developing cancer is a frightening one yet it remains an unexplained curse in the modern world. Apparently, eve...
    • 8.

      Diseases From Flies

      by Sharon Bell - 2008-06-24
      The common housefly - Musca domestica - lives for only a few weeks. But in that short time, the adult female can lay as many as 2,000 eggs. In warm weather, those eggs hatch in eight to 10 hours, cre...
    • 9.

      Bug-eyed Monsters

      by Sharon Bell - 2008-06-24
       Our innate fear of insects and things that crawl in the night was exploited by the early science fiction (SF) writers in the 1940s. These creepy creatures were often portrayed as alien invaders who...
    • 10.

      The Bug's in Barton's Home

      by Sharon Bell - 2008-06-24
       When John Barton's son moved into his new home in Kent in 1555, he was not alone. Barton's End - as the house was called - had 1,092 tenants; only seven were human. Families of mosquitoes, ants, fl...